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Valeska Maria Eboli Bello Delineau, Rodrigo Rizek Schultz
Objective: To assess the legal capacity and guardianship proceedings in patients diagnosed with dementia. Methods: Ninety-seven patients diagnosed with dementia and seen at a tertiary hospital were evaluated. Results: Of these 97 patients, 60 (62%) were female. The mean age of the patients was 77.9 years; average schooling was 5.5 years. The main diagnosis was Alzheimer's disease (73%): 16 patients were at a mild stage, eight at a moderate stage and 73 at an advanced stage of dementia...
June 2017: Arquivos de Neuro-psiquiatria
L Éboli, A C Tannuri, N Gibelli, T Silva, P Braga, U Tannuri
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to compare the complications, outcomes, and survival prevalence in patients undergoing living donor liver transplantation due to biliary atresia (BA) or acute liver failure (ALF). RESULTS: In the period of June 1998-July 2016, 199 children underwent living transplantation due to BA or ALF. Of these 199, 184 were included in the analysis. The average age, weight, and body mass index of BA patients were lower than those of ALF (P < ...
May 2017: Transplantation Proceedings
Lígia Patrícia de Carvalho Batista Éboli, Alcides Augusto Salzedas Netto, Ramiro Antero de Azevedo, Valéria Pereira Lanzoni, Tatiana Sugayama de Paula, Alberto Goldenberg, Adriano Miziara Gonzalez
PURPOSE: To describe an animal model for acute liver failure by intraperitoneal d-galactosamine injections in rats and to define when is the best time to intervene through King's College and Clichy´s criteria evaluation. METHODS: Sixty-one Wistar female rats were distributed into three groups: group 1 (11 rats received 1.4 g/kg of d-galactosamine intraperitoneally and were observed until they died); group 2 (44 rats received a dose of 1.4 g/kg of d-galactosamine and blood and histological samples were collected for analysis at 12 , 24, 48 , 72 and 120 hours after the injection); and the control group as well (6 rats) ...
December 2016: Acta Cirúrgica Brasileira
Maria Carolina Vieira da Rocha, Monica Eboly Barés, Maria Cristina Borba Braga
For the application of sewage sludge as fertilizer, it is of fundamental importance the absence of pathogenic organisms, such as viable helminth eggs. Thus, the quantification of these organisms has to be carried out by means of the application of reliable and accurate methodologies. Nevertheless, until the present date, there is no consensus with regard to the adoption of a universal methodology for the detection and quantification of viable helminth eggs. It is therefore necessary to instigate a debate on the different protocols currently in use, as well as to assemble relevant information in order to assist in the development of a more comprehensive and accurate method to quantify viable helminth eggs in samples of sewage sludge and its derivatives...
October 15, 2016: Water Research
Mauricio de Sant'Anna, Leonardo Coelho Eboli, Julio Guilherme Silva, Alan Gomes Dos Santos, Michele Lourenço, Adalgiza Mafra Moreno, Gabriel Rodriguez de Freitas, Marco Orsini
The objective of the present study was to compare resting metabolic rate (RMR) of chronic hemiparetic patients to sedentary health individuals. The sample was composed of 16 individuals, that were divided into two groups. The first group had eight hemiparetic patients and the second group was formed by eight sedentary individuals. To access and analyze the gases information a VO2000 analyzer was used. The following variables were measured: VO2, VCO2, VE, QR, grams of fat (GrFAT), grams of carbohydrate. RMR was calculated based on Weir's equation...
October 23, 2014: Neurology International
Avetis Azizyan, Paula Eboli, Doniel Drazin, James Mirocha, Marcel M Maya, Serguei Bannykh
OBJECTIVE: To determine whether angiomatous and microcystic meningiomas which mimic high grade meningiomas based on extent of peritumoral edema can be reliably differentiated as low grade tumors using normalized apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) values. METHODS: Preoperative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of seventy patients with meningiomas was reviewed. Morphologically, the tumors were divided into 3 groups. Group 1 contained 12 pure microcystic, 3 pure angiomatoid and 7 mixed angiomatoid and microcystic tumors...
2014: BioMed Research International
Juan de Oña, Rocio de Oña, Laura Eboli, Carmen Forciniti, Gabriella Mazzulla
Road crashes can be caused by different factors, including infrastructure, vehicles, and human variables. Many research studies have focused solely on identifying the key factors that cause road crashes. From these studies, it emerged that human factors have the most relevant impact on accident severity. More specifically, accident severity depends on several factors related directly to the driver, i.e., driving experience, driver's socio-economic characteristics, and driving behavior and attitudes. In this paper, we investigate driver behaviors and attitudes while driving and specifically focus on different methods for identifying the factors that most affect the driver's perception of accident risk...
December 2014: Accident; Analysis and Prevention
Angelo Stephen Cardamone, Laura Eboli, Carmen Forciniti, Gabriella Mazzulla
In the last few years mobile devices have reached a large amount of consumers in both developed and high-growth world economies. In 2013, 97% of the Italian population owns a mobile phone, and 62% owns a smartphone. Application software for mobile devices is largely proposed to consumers, and several mobile applications were oriented toward the improvement of road safety and road accident risk reduction. In this paper, we describe the results of a survey oriented to preventively investigate on the willingness to receive and/or to give information about road condition by means of mobile devices...
2016: International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion
Paula Eboli, Robert W Ryan, Michael J Alexander
Cerebral aneurysms pose a threat to patients because of their risk of rupture causing subarachnoid hemorrhage, and the goal of treatment is the exclusion of the aneurysm from the circulation to prevent bleeding (in the case of unruptured aneurysms) or rebleeding. This article analyzes the general technical factors associated with the endovascular treatment of cerebral aneurysms. It discusses issues with transarterial access; imaging of aneurysm size, morphology, and regional anatomy to determine the endovascular plan; the techniques for the major endovascular aneurysm devices; and periprocedural management issues to reduce potential treatment-related complications...
July 2014: Neurosurgery Clinics of North America
Paula Eboli, Robert W Ryan, Julia E Alexander, Michael J Alexander
OBJECTIVE: This study evaluates the role of endovascular therapy for middle cerebral artery (MCA) aneurysms and its evolution over time. We are reporting a large case series of 184 MCA aneurysms and comparative analysis of the literature. METHODS: This was a retrospective review of a prospectively maintained database including all patients with MCA bifurcation aneurysms embolized between 2000 and 2013. There were 184 aneurysms in 166 patients, with 71 ruptured and 113 nonruptured aneurysms...
April 2014: Neurological Research
K V Slavin, P S S V Vannemreddy, E Goellner, A M Alaraj, S Aydin, P Eboli, N Mlinarevich, K S Watson, L E Walters, S Amin-Hanjani, R Deveshwar, V Aletich, F T Charbel
Based on past laboratory and anecdotal clinical experience, we hypothesized that prolonged cervical spinal cord stimulation (SCS) in the acute settings of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (aSAH) would be both safe and feasible, and that 2-week stimulation will reduce incidence of cerebral arterial vasospasm. The goal of our clinical study was to establish feasibility and safety of cervical SCS in a small group of selected aSAH patients. Single-arm non-randomized prospective study of cSCS in aSAH patients involved percutaneous implantation of 8-contact electrode in 12 consecutive aSAH patients that satisfied strict inclusion criteria...
March 29, 2011: Neuroradiology Journal
P Eboli, D Drazin, S I Bannykh, W Schievink
We describe the case of an 80-year-old Hispanic male with an acute subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) due to an inflammatory middle cerebral artery (MCA) aneurysm rupture. Two years prior to this episode, the patient had undergone a resection of a left intracranial neurocysticercosis lesion. A current CT, CTA and MRI showed significant SAH, a left MCA aneurysm and a cystic lesion compatible with neurocysticercosis. Intraoperatively, this aneurysm was found to be adjacent to a neurocysticercosis cyst, a diagnosis confirmed by surgical pathology...
July 2012: Neuroradiology Journal
A Fanigliulo, O Mancino, P Fanti, A Crescenzi
A study was performed in the period May-July 2011 by Bioagritest test facility according to EPPO guidelines and Principles of Good Experimental Practice (GEP), in the land of Eboli (SA), southern Italy, with the purpose to test a new insecticide mixture in the defense strategies of processing tomato against Tuta absoluta and Spodoptera littoralis. The insecticide mixture Chlorantraniliprole 100 g/lambda-Cyhalothrin 50 g/l 0,4 It/ha was applied in a tomato field in four (A-B-C-D) application timings (a.t.) alone (treatment 2) and in two a...
2012: Communications in Agricultural and Applied Biological Sciences
Tyler Corbett, O J P Éboli, J Gonzalez-Fraile, M C Gonzalez-Garcia
In the framework of effective Lagrangians with the SU(2)(L)×U(1)(Y) symmetry linearly realized, modifications of the couplings of the Higgs field to the electroweak gauge bosons are related to anomalous triple gauge couplings (TGCs). Here, we show that the analysis of the latest Higgs boson production data at the LHC and Tevatron give rise to strong bounds on TGCs that are complementary to those from direct TGC analysis. We present the constraints on TGCs obtained by combining all available data on direct TGC studies and on Higgs production analysis...
July 5, 2013: Physical Review Letters
R Torrisi, C A Garcia-Etienne, A Losurdo, E Morenghi, L Di Tommaso, W Gatzemeier, A Sagona, B Fernandes, C Rossetti, M Eboli, A Rubino, E Barbieri, C Andreoli, S Orefice, C Gandini, S Rota, M Zuradelli, G Masci, A Santoro, C Tinterri
PURPOSE: We investigated in a single institution series of 124 women with operable breast cancer whether tumor clinicopathological features could predict the 70-gene signature (Mammaprint, MP) results, and whether MP results could help to make decisions for the use of chemotherapy (CT) in patients (pts) with ER positive breast cancer beyond recommendations of international guidelines. RESULTS: Among the 68 ER/PgR positive, HER2 negative tumors, Ki-67 ≥ 20% was the only significant predictor of a high risk-MP among standard clinicopathological features...
August 2013: Breast: Official Journal of the European Society of Mastology
Lindsey Ross, Doniel Drazin, Paula Eboli, Gregory P Lekovic
OBJECT: The authors present a series of 4 patients with rare facial nerve tumors. The relevant literature is reviewed and is discussed regarding diagnostic features, the role of operative management, and surgical approach. METHODS: A retrospective chart review was conducted for patients with tumors of the facial nerve that were treated between 2008 and 2011. Patients undergoing observation with serial MRI and those who were treated with up-front radiosurgery and for whom tissue diagnosis was not available were excluded...
March 2013: Neurosurgical Focus
Marta Scorsetti, Filippo Alongi, Antonella Fogliata, Sara Pentimalli, Pierina Navarria, Francesca Lobefalo, Carlos Garcia-Etienne, Alessandro Clivio, Luca Cozzi, Pietro Mancosu, Giorgia Nicolini, Eugenio Vanetti, Marco Eboli, Carlo Rossetti, Arianna Rubino, Andrea Sagona, Stefano Arcangeli, Wolfgang Gatzemeier, Giovanna Masci, Rosalba Torrisi, Alberto Testori, Marco Alloisio, Armando Santoro, Corrado Tinterri
BACKGROUND: To report results in terms of feasibility and early toxicity of hypofractionated simultaneous integrated boost (SIB) approach with Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (VMAT) as adjuvant treatment after breast-conserving surgery. METHODS: Between September 2010 and May 2011, 50 consecutive patients presenting early-stage breast cancer were submitted to adjuvant radiotherapy with SIB-VMAT approach using RapidArc in our Institution (Istituto Clinico Humanitas ICH)...
2012: Radiation Oncology
Chirag G Patil, Paula Eboli, Jethro Hu
The diffuse nature of gliomas has long confounded attempts at achieving a definitive cure. The advent of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging made it increasingly apparent that gliomas could have a multifocal or multicentric appearance. Treating these tumors is the summit of an already daunting challenge, because the obstacles that must be surmounted to treat gliomas in general, namely, their heterogeneity, diffuse nature, and ability to insidiously invade normal brain, are more conspicuous in this subset of tumors...
April 2012: Neurosurgery Clinics of North America
Paula Eboli, Moise Danielpour
We present the case of a child in whom acute hydrocephalus developed secondary to obstruction of the foramen of Monro by a choroid plexus cyst. The patient was seen in the emergency department with fevers, acute onset of headaches, and lethargy. Computed tomography demonstrated dilated lateral and third ventricles with a relatively normal-sized fourth ventricle. An external ventricular drain was placed. Despite decompression of the lateral ventricles, follow-up magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated a dilated third ventricle with a possible thin-walled mass extending from the foramen of Monro into the posterior portion of the third ventricle...
2011: Pediatric Neurosurgery
D Mercanti, A Angelini, M Ciotti, M Eboli, C Galli, L Battistini, D Merlo, P Calissano
The neurite outgrowth and adhesion complex (NOAC), isolated from rabbit sera has been dissociated in its major components by reverse-phase chromatography in HPLC by using a C(18) column. SDS-PAGE analisys of the active fractions revealed the presence of three major bands of approximately 100, 70 and 50 kDa. Studies on the biological activity of NOAC were carried out on rat cerebellar granule cells. NOAC-cultured cells exhibit a marked resistance to excitotoxic stimuli carried by glutamate.
January 1993: Cytotechnology
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